Even Rob Lowe reads Drudge

by Debbie Schlussel -- George Stephanopoulos may not read the Drudge Report. But Rob Lowe, who plays the former Clinton staffer on TV, does. He's not alone. Newssites like the Drudge Report, more…

Finding sanity in the 'New Dark Ages'

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- What is life for? To die? I am afraid. Then I must live. But what for? In order to die? I could not escape from that circle. -- more…

'E.R.' goes from good to bad

by Jon Dougherty -- There are precious few nighttime television "series" that I watch when I come home after a day at the office because most of the garbage on at night more…

Overturn the illegal pardons

by Joseph Farah -- I was wrong. I admit it. I was quick out of the chute saying that there was nothing we could do about the 44 11th-hour pardons by President more…

Juggling your tax bill

by Barbara Simpson -- For you older-timers out there, the date March 15 still raises the hair on the back of your neck because you remember when that was the deadline. For more…

Tag! You're it!

by Geoff Metcalf -- I recently read a chilling story in MIT's Technology Review that was beyond spooky. Charlie Schmidt writes a long and frightening piece entitled "Beyond the Bar Code." "Within more…

The Emperor's new clothes: Part 2

by J.R. Nyquist -- Everyone has probably heard the Hans Christian Andersen story of "The Emperor's New Clothes." As it happens there is a sequel to this story, which has received little more…

Statehood for D.C. and Berkeley?

by Don Feder -- The politicians who control our nation's capital and their allies in the Democratic Party are about to try again to make the District of Columbia a state -- more…

Tainted and tawdry

by Jerry Falwell -- I have always attempted to be politically consistent. If a Republican administration were ever as corrupt and dishonorable as the Clinton administration, I truly believe I would be more…